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Help with customizations

 
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Hi,

I�m starting configure the forum, but I would like to customize a little bit. I want to make another main page, goes to mypage.htm instead of forum_list.htm, then goes to forum_list.htm if the user choose it. Very similar with www.guj.com.br. I would like to use the same database connection cookies, etc.

I opened the index.htm and changed:



to




then, went to templatesMapping.properties and make



Just to see if it works. But, no... I got the error:

type Status report
message
description The requested resource () is not available.

I have to do something more?

The original installation works fine.

I�m a newbie with JSP, and I�m just starting that customization, any help will be appreciated.

By the way, what is that file clickstream-jforum.xml ?


Thanks in advance,

S.

[originally posted on jforum.net by Anonymous]
 
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That won't work, because you have to create the respective Java code for the "mypage" action.

The beast approach for you is probably to redirect to another JSP file or code of your own, so you keep JForum's core code intact.

That's what I do on GUJ

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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